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Re: smallest 192k audio interface

Subject: Re: smallest 192k audio interface
From: "Mike Rooke" picnet2
Date: Tue Oct 25, 2011 2:30 am ((PDT))
   Do sound devices provide a USB to 12V or 5V power block or similar? What 
batteries do you use when using it in stand alone mode or is there a battery 
compartment for this?

Is the USBPre2 vastly different from the MixPre-D ? The latter doesnt have 
optical output - Im considering the USBPre2 for use with my Sony D50 (optical 
in) - however the input impedance is a little low at 2K? 
for dynamic and ribbon mics.


--- In  Flawn Williams <> wrote:
> The Sound Devices USBPre2 can do 192k with appropriate software on the  
> computer as a USB class 2 compliant device. It can also do 192k in  
> standalone mode. Note, although the unit has both coax and optical  
> digital I/O, the optical in and out do not support 192k. The coaxial  
> does.

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